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Read our blog for helpful pet care advice and tips from our knowledgable Newtown to help keep your cat or dog joyful and healthy.

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Cat Eye Infection

Cat Eye Infection

Today, our Newtown vets share some causes, symptoms, and treatment options for eye infections in cats.

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Lipoma in Dogs

Lipoma in Dogs

Today, our Newtown vets discuss lipomas in dogs including their causes and treatment options.

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What Breed of Dog Is Most Likely to Get Cancer

What Breed of Dog Is Most Likely to Get Cancer

Today, our Newtown vets discuss the breeds of dogs that have a higher chance of getting cancer so owners can be sure to have their pets examined regularly. 

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Bumps on a Dog's Skin: Could it Be Cancer?

Bumps on a Dog's Skin: Could it Be Cancer?

Today, our Newtown vets discuss bumps on a dog's skin and when they may be cancerous.

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Cat Skin Cancer

Cat Skin Cancer

Today, our Newtown vets discuss skin cancer in cats including its causes, symptoms, and the treatment options available.

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Dog Vision Problems: Symptoms & Treatments

Dog Vision Problems: Symptoms & Treatments

Our Newtown vets provide some information on common reasons that could lead to your dog having vision problems, and how you can help them.

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Red Eyes in Dogs

Red Eyes in Dogs

Today, our Newtown vets discuss what could be causing your dog to have red eyes and what can be done to treat them.

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Cat Glaucoma: Symptoms & Treatment

Cat Glaucoma: Symptoms & Treatment

Today our Newtown vets and board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist explain more about this painful condition and the treatments available for cats with glaucoma.

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Ear Hematomas In Cats: Causes And Symptoms

Ear Hematomas In Cats: Causes And Symptoms

Today, our Newtown vet team shares more about the causes of aural hematomas in cats including symptoms, and treatment options.

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Caring For Dogs After Surgery

Caring For Dogs After Surgery

Today, our Newtown vets share some advice on caring for your dog after surgery to get them back on their feet.

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